“The players will spend several days with the club’s female side so that they can be made aware that women have plenty of worth outside the kitchen,” Sparta’s director general Adam Kotalik told in replica, communicating the unexpected decision. CEO Adam Kotalík called the players comments “unacceptable,” in a statement published on the club site. Both footballers have apologized and put their words down to heated emotions after the game. But things not changed for them. They must attend several training sessions with women. Sparta Prague are trying to make it clear that this kind of behavior is not okay. Women’s team captain Iva Mocova said: “We are looking forward to the boys training with us.” The Football Association of the Czech Republic’s disciplinary committee is due to deal with Koubek’s remarks on Thursday.